WATCH: LeBron James logs 40th career triple-double as Cavaliers bounce back versus Kings

Too good.

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers overpowered the Sacramento Kings, 120-100, as they bounced back from back-to-back losses.

The rout featured some record-setting moments, such as James’ first triple-double of the season, and 40th of his career. In just 31 minutes, LeBron notched 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, and got to sit out the fourth quarter.

Kevin Love meanwhile cracked the 9,000 point mark, scoring 11 on 10 shots, while Kyrie Irving tied his season-high with 32 markers.

Check out James and Irving doing damage below:

The win was so decisive that ESPN’s Marc Stein reports that it pushed the Sacramento Kings to pull the trigger on a coaching change. Citing league sources, Stein wrote that Coach George Karl will likely be fired after the Kings play their last pre-All-Star Weekend game, which is Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time) versus the Philadelphia 76ers.

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